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Thermal imaging on your iPhone

Two cameras

Fits the iPhone 5 form factor

3-Position On/Off/Shutter switch

Flir One adds thickness

Rounded edges

Stays out of the way

Access to volume controls

Flir One side view

Feature list

Flir One on its side

The Flir One conference space

BARCELONA, Spain -- The Flir One slips onto your iPhone's back and sports both a visible and thermal camera. It has its own battery pack, which can power the device for up to four hours. It also can be redirected to act as a battery backup for your phone.
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Flir One uses both a thermal and visible camera located in the middle of the back of the case.
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With the Flir One on your iPhone it gets a little bit longer on the bottom and a bit more thick.
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Below the lenses is a three-way switch for on, off, and shutter control.
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With Flir One on your iPhone it will become about twice the thickness of the iPhone alone.
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Even though its a bit thicker, the rounded edges still make it easy to store the Flir One in your pocket.
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Though the case is thick, it leaves plenty of room to shoot photos from your regular iPhone camera.
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Rather than putting plastic buttons over your regular iPhone volume controls, the case reveals your regular controls.
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More than just a toy, you can use Flir One to detect unwanted moisture in your home, better see animal intruders when camping, and several other real world applications.
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Even with its curvy case design, the phone still stays balanced on its side.
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The folks from Flir One ready to demo the new thermal imaging camera for iPhone 5.
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